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Honno – Job Vacancy

Book Production & Office Administrator. (part-time)

Closing date 1st December 2017



The UK’s longest standing independent women’s press is looking for an experienced project manager and administrator to manage its book production and office.

12 hours over three days @ £12.50 per hour + statutory entitlements

The post-holder will:
• Have a high level of literacy in English, organisational and IT skills
• Work co-operatively
• Available to start January 2018

Welsh language skills, knowledge of publishing, ability to drive, are desirable.

Based at our office in Aberystwyth.


Any queries to: [email protected]

Applications by CV and letter to [email protected] by 1 December
Interviews 8 December.

Mencap Cymru – Ein Rhydwaithiau Cymdeithasol

Oes gennych ddiddordeb mewn pobl a hanes cymdeithasol?

Dewch draw i ddarganfod mwy am Ein Rhwydwaithiau Cymdeithasol


Mae ein Rhwydwaithiau  Cymdeithasol yn brosiect a ariennir gan  Gronfa Dreftadaeth y Loteri, sy’n casglu straeon am gyfeillgarwch a pherthnasoedd gan bobl ag anabledd dysgu rhwng 18 a 25 oed a dros 45 sy’n byw yng Nghymru.

Bydd gwirfoddolwyr yn cymryd rhan mewn agweddau  amrywiol ar y prosiect 3 blynedd hwn. Dewch i gyfarfod  â ni i ddarganfod mwy:


STORIEL, Ffordd Gwynedd, Bangor.

Darganfyddwch fwy:

Gwefan: www.mencap.org.co/volunteering

E-bost: [email protected]

Ffôn: 029 2074 7588

Mencap Cymru – Our Social Networks

Are you interested in people and social history?

Come along and findout about more about Our Social Networks


Our Social Networks is a Heritage Lottery Funded project collating stories about friendships  and relationships from people with a learning disability aged 18- 25 and over 45 living in Wales.

Volunteers will be involved in various aspects of this 3 year project.  Come and meet us to find out more:


STORIEL, Ffordd Gwynedd, Bangor.

Find out more:

Website: www.mencap.org.co/volunteering

Email : [email protected]

Phone : 029 2074  7588

Public art proposal for Flint Castle

Close view from the south eastFlint Castle 8(3)

Welsh Government has allocated funds to develop a public art proposal for Flint Castle as part of a wider regeneration and development project.

Between January and March 2018 a team/consortium of artists, or an organisation, will be commissioned to work with the communities of Flint to explore discuss and investigate their aspirations for the flint foreshore, the castle and relationship with the town. The artists will use creativity to fully engage with the local community to develop themes and stories to be used that may inform the production of a permanent public artwork to be commissioned in the future. Flintshire County Council’s Arts, Culture and Events section will be managing the project.

This specific commission is to contract a team or consortium of artists or organisation to work within Flint’s communities in a variety of art genres for 60 days between the 8thof January and the 30 March 2018, with research and planning taking place in December 2017. We would welcome expressions of interest from artists, across all artforms, who are highly experienced in working with diverse communities. We would particularly welcome expressions of interest from a team/consortium of artists or organisations using a variety of artforms.

Expressions of interest need to be emailed to [email protected] by Friday 1 December 2017 and must include all Artist CV’s outlining relevant experience, contact details of two referees per team, a proposal of how you would approach the brief and a covering letter, an estimated budget. For an informal discussion please contact Gwenno Jones on 01352 702471.
Please see attached documents for further information on how to apply.

The Chimes

…..a magical new piece of music theatre, packed full of colourful characters and haunting melodies, which has been adapted from the second Christmas story by Charles Dickens.



Thursday 7 – Saturday 16 December (St John’s Church, Canton)

Tickets: £16/£12                   Age 14+

The Story

The Chimes’s biting satire was intended to effect real political change. It addresses issues of homelessness, vagrancy and self-respect and if he were alive today, Dickens would be clamouring for a capitalist change of heart to address our present ‘Condition of England’ and of the wider world.

Our production

…. captures the true spirit of Christmas.

True to the spirit of The Chimes, this production has invited a number of men and women who have been homeless and are now striving to rebuild their lives with the support of The Wallich, the Huggard, The Passage and St. Mungo’s to participate in a professional theatre production.

The weaving of the non-professional and professional has, in recent years, created works of stunning originality. Our professional cast and community ensemble have come together to create a magical seasonal alternative, packed full of colourful characters and haunting melodies, which will touch your heart and bring fire to your soul.

Cast: Olivia Rose Aaron, Lucy Benson Brown, Joanna Brookes, Dafydd Emyr, Gruffydd Evans, Rhys Parry Jones, Matthew Jure, Fergus Rees

and an ensemble of men and women who are or have been homeless.

Writer: David Willis
Composer: Conor Linehan
Director: Judith Roberts
Musical Director: Cathal Synnott



For more information and to  buy tickets click  here

National Theatre Wales

National Theatre Wales 2Mae National Theatre Wales yn dymuno penodi unigolyn egnïol a llawn cymhelliant ar gyfer y swydd wag a ganlyn.

Cydymaith Castio

 Bydd y Cydymaith Castio yn gweithio’n agos â phob un o Gyfarwyddwyr Llawrydd pob cynhyrchiad National Theatre Wales (NTW) a gyda Chyfarwyddwr Artistig  NTW er mwyn recriwtio’r actorion mwyaf addas a dawnus ar gyfer pob prosiect. Byddant yn datblygu adnabyddiaeth drylwyr a gwerthfawr o actorion a aned, sy’n byw ynteu wedi eu hyfforddi’n broffesiynol yng Nghymru ac yn rheoli perthynas y Cwmni â’r actorion rheini a’u cynrychiolwyr. Bydd y Cydymaith Castio yn cyfrannu at ac yn gwireddu polisi a strategaeth castio ac â rhan weithredol ac arwyddocaol wrth sicrhau bod y cwmni yn cyflawni ei amcanion o rhan darparu cyfle cyfartal i berfformwyr, yn cynrychioli cymunedau a’r nodweddion a ddiogelir ar lwyfannau NTW. Byddant yn gweld ystod eang o weithiau newydd led-led Cymru a thu hwnt a dylent fod a rhan bwysig o ran y sgwrs greadigol o fewn NTW.

Bydd yr ymgeisydd delfrydol yn danbaid o blaid creu theatr rhyfeddol ac yn credu’n gryf mewn gwireddu cyfleoedd cyfartal o fewn y celfyddydau.

Cyflog: £27,500 y flwyddyn.

Cyfnod: Tymor Sefydlog (2 mlynedd), Amser Llawn.

Rydym yn gyflogwr cyfle cyfartal ac yn croesawu ceisiadau o bob cefndir. Gellir derbyn ceisiadau yn Gymraeg neud yn Saesneg.


Dyddiad cau: dydd Iau 14 Rhagfyr, 1pm

Cyfweliadau: yr wythnos yn dechrau 8fed o Ionawr 2018, Caerdydd

Am ragor o wybodaeth, ffurflen gais, swydd ddisgrifiad a manyleb y person yn Gymraeg neu yn Saesneg, ewch i’n gwefan.